FESTIVALS IN HUNGRY
Hungry is very diverse when it comes to rural architecture, craftsmanship, folk music and dance. Hungarians do not clink beer glasses or beer bottles. This is due to the legend that Austrians celebrated the execution of the 13 Hungarian Martyrs in 1849 by clinking their beer glasses, so Hungarians vowed not to clink with beer for 150 years. Obviously this time period has expired, but old habits die hard. This is not so much followed by the youngest generation. Some Hungarian festivals are as follows.
Balaton Sound Festival
Balaton Sound is one of Europe's largest open air electronic music festivals. It is held each summer on the southern bank of the picturesque Lake Balaton in Hungary, the largest lake in central Europe and a popular Holiday destination.
Hardly any Trance festival experienced such a meteoric rise like Ozora did during the past decade: From a familiar gathering of only 700 freaks in 2004 it grew exponentially to one of the most popular open airs of our scene, attracting around 15.000 visitors last year
The annual Fridge Festival features renowned international snowboarders and freestyle skiers competing for the Fridge title. They come from all over the world to show off their jumps from a ten-storey high ramp, covered with 200 tones of snow made just for the event. The competition kicks off with the snowboarders on Friday, followed by the freestyle skiers on Saturday.
After the success of the previous DEVASTATOR party, now the time has come for a late autumn, November madness. The evening is expected to surpass the predecessor in every aspect, which will not remain without international performers.
Hungarian Festival is a one-day event held the first Saturday of June in New Brunswick, New Jersey. It is a "daylong celebration of Hungarian culture, music, dance, art.ö The festival is a street fair celebrating Hungarian culture, organized each year by the Hungarian Civic Association.